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What is Micro-Phlebectomy?

The Role of Ambulatory Micro-Phlebectomy

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Also known as Micro-Phlebectomy or Ambulatory Phlebectomy, this procedure is performed in the comfort of a vein center under local anesthesia only. This procedure is typically performed after the patient undergoes an Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA) to “close” the internal diseased vein that is causing the noticeable varicosities.
We then remove the bulging veins by first making tiny cuts into the skin and then pulling them out with a tiny hook.

Our state-of-the-art vein treatment involves minimal pain, downtime or scarring.

If you suffer with leg pain or swelling after standing all day, large clusters of spider veins around your ankles, or bulging varicose veins, call The Kimmel Institute at 561-948-5560 to schedule a free vein screening where we can discuss your symptoms and treatment options.